The Quaint Gypsy Wagon
My most recent, and plan to be last VW, is a 1970 Bay, which I purchased in March 2013. I named her Cikan Vuz, The Quaint Gypsy Wagon. When I got her, her interior was pretty much just a rubber mat and wooden side panels. There was a seat in her, but it was just for show and you could not sit on it.It took a few tries of doing her interior, but I finally found one I like and I have given my Cikán Vůz, (which means Gypsy Wagon) a unique, one of a kind interior, themed after the interior of an old tyme gypsy wagon. I made the sink area out of an antique sewing chest, which has locking drawers, so no worries of them opening while on the road.. Behind the curtain between the drawers are two 6 gallon water containers; one for fresh water and the other for grey water. I made the sink out of an antique copper bowl and installed a hand pump, so I have a working sink.